Braniff le puso color al cielo,fue una areolinea creativa,sensacional por lo que he visto me fascinaron sus aviones color naranja en especial el 747,y que fuera operaria de el concorde eso fue fabuloso ojala regrese pronto, como lo ha hecho pan am, felicidades a carlos por este trabajo en la pagina.
Jesus Salinas - Monterrey,Mexico
I THINK WE IN THE MIAMI AREA SHOULD HAVE A BIG GET TOGETHER ON MAY 12, 2002 20 YEARS AFTER THIS GREAT AIRLINE CLOSED DOWN. WE WITH BRANIFF HAD A GREAT AIRLINE AND HAD GREAT PEOPLE WORKING FOR IT. SO LETS GET TOGETHER AND SHOW THE PEOPLE THAT CLOSED THE AIRLINE DOWN THEY CAN NOT CLOSE US DOWN. EMAIL ME AND LET ME KNOW.
LOU - LOU1036@aol.com
I loved Braniff International. It was a member of my family. My father 'Fearless Fain' flew for BI for 33 years (till May 1982) and again for BN II and BN III. I worked in DALRES for BN II and III. My father-in-law, worked in technical publications for BI till May 1982. My husband was a mechanic for BN II (which mechanics eventually became Dalfort.) So Braniff meant a lot to the whole family. I briefly worked for AA and PAN AM after BN II's demise. Nothing will ever compare, though, to the wonderful lives we all had with Braniff International. (I). When I look at the young 20-somethings, and the majority of travelers now, I'm sorry and sad for them that they'll never know how wonderful and glamourous the industry used to be, and how BI was the leader, espcially in class and style! I'm very grateful, that my husband, me and our families were part of the BI generation, and will always have those memories!
Priscilla Fain-Anderson - Highland Village, TX
Great web-site! I only had the chance to fly Braniff once. PHL to ACA via DFW. Clearing customs at DFW, the customs agent ripped open the unused braniff sugar packets I had saved from the flight.(I collected, and still do collect ALL airline articles). I will never forgive that customs agent for destroying them. I still have the fork though!
George J. Steinmetz - Orlando, FL